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He prob means that freaky wireless mouse cover where you have to destroy your nails to open it. Painfree way: Srewdriver or knife -.-
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
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Install the batteries (2 AA batteries) into the mouse. Locate the red laser light underneath the mouse. Next to the light, there is a small button that will require a small object, such as the end of a pen, to press. Press and hold this light for 3 seconds. You should observe several flashes of red light and then a steady red light when it is ready
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